Fire in the Soul - A Review & Giveaway


This is a review of Fire in the Soul by Helena Judith Sturnic, PhD.  The publisher has offered to provide a copy of this book directly to one of my lucky fans.  To participate in the giveaway please enter using the Rafflecopter giveaway widget at the end of the review.

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This book presents the personal experiences of the author with the Sekhmet. She takes us on a journey though the comments and anecdotes of those who have taken this journey with her. The book consists of sixteen chapters with additional resources as well as an annotated bibliography by chapter are startlingly unlike the chapters they reference.  Even the name of the chapter in the index doesn't match with the book.

I did a each reach out to the publishing coming as I checked on the author to see what her life was like.  The links to her page were dead.  The search only showed a small blur on the publisher page.  At this point I'm feeling a bit let down by the whole thing.  The book is printed well, the cover is nice and there are some great illustrations, but the meat of the book seems to be missing.  For me, it was at best two stars.  Instead of going on with the review here, I'd like to offer you, my readers the opportunity to have a look at this book and tell me what you think.  I'll move forward with the giveaway and I would like to ask that my winner come back and give me their views of this book.  I'm very interested to see what you may think of it.


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Renee Olson

Wife, Witch with the Metal Skills of a Dark Elf. I spend my time working with wire, weaving life and magic.

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